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Employee to pay $110,000 for stealing data
Employee to pay $110,000 for stealing data

A man set up a rival voltage testing company and used stolen information to lure a key client away from former employer.

When women have it better than men at work

It's tough to be a working dad, too.

Govt research: Where all the jobs are

The Government says there are strong prospects for construction, infrastructure and the IT sector. But things look dim for…

Prue Hyman: Equal pay - the case for action now

This is a worldwide issue with a vast literature and history internationally and in NZ, writes Prue Hyman. Sadly, substantial…

Should I disclose mental health history at work?
Should I disclose mental health history at work?

Disclosing a mental health issue in a workplace is still a risky call for most workers, research shows.

Brian Fallow: Wages going nowhere fast
Brian Fallow: Wages going nowhere fast

Taken at face value, the December quarter numbers are evidence that the labour market has tightened, in defiance of the…

The jobs divide crashing the recovery
The jobs divide crashing the recovery

INTERACTIVE: Unemployment rates have fallen to the lowest level since recession but not everyone is feeling the benefits…

Bus drivers going on strike tomorrow
Bus drivers going on strike tomorrow

A bus strike will cause disruptions to several bus services in Auckland between 9am and 2.30pm tomorrow.

Employment

The lowest jobless rate since 2009
The lowest jobless rate since 2009

The unemployment rate has unexpectedly fallen to a six year low of 5.3 per cent.

Job losses blamed for property sales

Big job losses in the "depressed" Buller economy have been blamed for a glut of hundreds of properties currently for sale…

Crackdown on cash jobs

Inland Revenue is cracking down on the black economy after many tradies admitted knowing of cash jobs worth more than $20,000…

Josh Williams: Apprentices can earn while they learn

For many school-leavers university is a great option. It can lead to rewarding careers.

What type of meeting-goer are you?
What type of meeting-goer are you?

Are you a parrot or a negative black hat? Nuclear bomb or an eager beaver? Research shows what Kiwi…

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Management

Simon Horobin: Why do we say 'sorry' so much? Simon Horobin: Why do we say 'sorry' so much?

Just Not Sorry is a new app that aims to draw attention…

Robyn Pearce: Don't wrap the kids in cotton wool Robyn Pearce: Don't wrap the kids in cotton wool

Robyn Pearce talks the benefits of being stretched…

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